Rocky Ledge Dining RoomTransitional Dining Room, Boston
*The Dining room doors were custom designed by LDa and made by Blue Anchor Woodworks Inc in Marblehead, MA. The floors are constructed of a baked white oak surface-treated with an ebony analine dye.
Chandelier: Restoration Hardware | Milos Chandelier
Floor Lamp: Aqua Creations | Morning Glory Floor Lamp
BASE TRIM Benjamin Moore White Z-235-01 Satin Impervo Alkyd low Luster Enamel
DOOR TRIM Benjamin Moore White Z-235-01 Satin Impervo Alkyd low Luster Enamel
WINDOW TRIM Benjamin Moore White Z-235-01 Satin Impervo Alkyd low Luster Enamel
WALLS Benjamin Moore White Eggshell
CEILING Benjamin Moore Ceiling White Flat Finish
Credit: Sam Gray Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Trend: Flexible doors for wide openings. With open floor plans and wider openings between spaces becoming more popular, interior bi-fold, double pocket and barn doors offer the ability to divide the space when needed or keep it open. “We’re finding that interior doors these days need to provide flexibility in space defining,” says senior associate Kyle Sheffield of LDa.
Pull a disappearing act with pocket doors. Interior glass pocket doors visually divide rooms when needed but slide open when one large space is desired. And in a home with young kids, pocket doors are great for keeping grown-up dinner parties from waking the little ones.
The floors are constructed of a baked white oak surface-treated with an ebony analine dye. The baked oak was chosen not just for its rich, dark-chocolate base, but also because the treatment ensures that no white will show through if the floors are scratched. "There's a depth of grain and color that is very striking," says Day. "It was the basis for the home's color scheme." Table: CustomFloor lamp: Aqua Creations